Big Apple Idolatry
- Just in case you thought those ForeRunner Chronicles that Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones participated in were part of a normal religious vlog, here’s the pastor who started the Chronicles, Christopher Hudson, talking about Jay-Z being a Freemason with demonic links, Obama’s ties to Hitler, and how NYC’s current gas crisis will lead to us eating each other, Walking Dead-style.
Big Apple Idolatry
- Rihanna and Chris Brown were seen making out on the dance floor of Griffin this week before heading into the bathroom together for a steamy session. Guess that restraining order has now been totally dropped? Wonder what she thinks of his neck tat.
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Big Apple Idolatry
- The Amazing Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield and girlfriend Emma Stone managed to turn an invasion on their privacy into a mitzvah when they used a weekend paparazzo swarm to show off handmade cardboard signs for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda’s Club of New York City. Hopefully they weren’t arrested as OWS protestors.
Music and Politics
Last week, Nicki Minaj caused whiplash, turning our heads with her verse on on Lil Wayne’s latest mixtape, Dedication 4. “I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney/You lazy bitches is fucking up the economy,” she rapped, causing us to wonder whether this would hurt her chances for judging American Idol … even if she was joking.
Now the hip-hop star is claiming that yes, she was just joking, especially when the POTUS gave her the benefit of the doubt on a recent radio shout-out.
Arts and Politics
Say what? Fans of Nicki Minaj might have thought they were beyond being shocked by the rap star’s dirty lyrics and insanity garb. But that was before the Pink Friday singer came out on Lil Wayne’s new mixtape … as a Republican who plans on voting for Mitt Romney.
There will not be a single judge returning to American Idol year-over-year; Randy Jackson has been practically axed from the cast, reports TMZ, with his role reduced to that of “mentor.” Mr. Jackson has been with the show since its first season in the summer of 2002; more recent additions Steven Tyler and Read More
A lot of times it feels like we know too much about the children of celebrities. Like Blue Ivy Carter is only a month old, and we already know how many nannies she had, how much her birth cost, and that there’s a strain of weed named after her. But sometimes the children of famous people stay out of the spotlight, waiting for the right moment to reveal themselves to the world. (Lily Atkinson, we’re waiting for your starring role!)
Such was the case with Jim Carey‘s daughter, Jane Carrey, who is currently auditioning on American Idol, because she doesn’t want to trade on her family name and wants to “make (her) place in the world,” without people pressuring her to be better because her dad was in Dumb & Dumber, because under pressure, we learn, Ms. Carrey tends to choke.
Which is exactly what happened when she made it past the first round of Idol.
Simon Cowell may have been the intimidating presence to American Idol viewers watching from home, but as we found out Wednesday night during the second episode of season 11, the performers on-stage are more freaked out by the strong, silent type standing right off-camera: British producer Nigel Lythgoe.
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We’re here to tell you just how to set your DVR before heading out for drinks or dinner–or just watching something better on TV!
Say what you will of 1990s female stars–and we’ll say they were a lot more fun than your Emma Stones!–but they’ve proven quite Read More
The Hollywood Reporter has posted a gallery of its covers since its reinvention as a glossy. Of the thirty covers included, three feature Ryan Seacrest (two of those with his American Idol castmates). One features the cast of the Idol-alike reality show The Voice. Two feature the cast of Glee. In thirty issues, Read More